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Why Content is King – Infographic

Content makes your business shine over Internet. Choice of words, correct grammar and uniqueness helps you expand your readership and grow a broad network of readers. Content originality must not be ignored. High Quality, original content will help you to reach out to those people who wants to gain knowledge. Continue reading

30 Steps To Get More Twitter Followers – Infographic

Check out this awesome new infographic and discover how to get more Twitter followers and easily grow a massive and powerful Twitter network! Featuring 30 Twitter Tips and Twitter Tools this infographic delivers the raw goods when it comes to growing a strong network of followers on Twitter. Continue reading

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The power of the brand continues to multiply in the consumer marketplace. Yet the number of corporations that profit off these brands is fewer than you think. Here are 60 household brands and the five companies that control them.

Is Your Company’s Network Ready To Mobilize – Infographic

Today’s average worker is carrying more than three mobile devices. Learn how a more mobile workforce is affecting the network.

Source: Visual.ly

 

The Wild West Of The Web: Hackers Take Whatever They Can – Infographic

Cybersecurity is a rising concern globally — for individuals, businesses and nations. Unfortunately, many either don’t take the threat seriously or aren’t doing enough to protect themselves from cybercrime.

A Ponemon Institute survey of 583 U.S. companies found 90% had been hacked in the past 12 months. Of those companies, most admitted their networks had been breached more than once, and more than half expressed little to no confidence that they could ward off such attacks in the future.

SEE ALSO: 10 Spooky Cyberattacks in 2012 [INFOGRAPHIC]

America is not the most-hacked nation, but we still have a long way to go in terms of preventative measures. The most common password, after all, is still simply “password,” the worst choice you could make to secure your online identity.

Check out the infographic below to learn more about the state of cybersecurity and how to protect your online privacy.

Source: Mashable.com

The Secret To Great Marketing – Infographic

I recently wrote in my post The ROI of Marketing Automation that for most companies, the difference between “good ROI” and “amazing ROI” is in their ability to complement the out-of-the-box software with the right people, ideas, and best-practice processes.

Until recently, each company had to figure all this out on their own. And this prevented a lot of companies from adopting and being successful with marketing automation.

Until now.

You’re not alone

Today, thousands of companies have blazed the path to success. While this is useful in its own right, when combined with a marketing platform that enables sharing of best practices and pre-built programs, the result is a powerful network that simplifies the marketer’s world, surrounds them with other great marketers, and helps them get to the results they need faster.

We call this concept the Marketing Nation.

The Marketing Nation combines the ability to exchange best-practice programs with a robust community for sharing ideas, along with a growing army of consultants and experts, a broad ecosystem of verified partners, and thought leadership and knowledge from experts. In other words, it’s everything a company needs to go from “good” to “great” with their marketing automation investment.

Learn more about how the Marketing Nation does this by downloading our eBook, The Marketing Nation: How to Use the Power of the Network to Succeed.

Why a nation?

You may be wondering, why we do we call this the Marketing Nation? Well, the Wikipedia definition of Nation refers to a community of people who share a common language, culture, ethnicity, descent, or history.

In this definition, a nation has no physical borders. Instead, members of the Marketing Nation are marketers united around a common goal of shared success and empowerment.

Are you ready to join the Marketing Nation? Here are two great ways you can participate:

The secret agent’s guide to the Marketing Nation

OK, so the Marketing Nation isn’t really a secret. But we wanted to have some fun with the idea that the Marketing Nation brings together everything a company needs to drive their marketing platform success. Kind of like a secret agent’s toolkit.

Source: Marketo

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Imagine The World Without The Internet – Infographic

Steve Carrell may be seeking a friend for the end of the world, but here at Mashable, we’re more concerned with the end of the Internet.

Can you imagine it? Instead of an iPad, you’d be clutching a weighty $1,200 Encyclopedia Brittanica as you rock yourself to sleep. And instead of tweeting with pals halfway around the world, we’d be licking stamps that would total $6.3 trillion in the United States alone. We’re cringing at the thought.

Online Education created this graphic detailing the nightmare that would be the world without Internet. Sure, we’re grateful to the World Wide Web for giving us all the joy of narcoleptic cats and the controversy of @Sweden. But evidently, what we really have to be thankful for is how many jobs the Internet has created. Facebook alone has created 450,000 jobs, and the Internet establishes 2.6 jobs for every job it renders obsolete. And we all know that cat videos are that much more enjoyable to watch when you’re supposed to be working.

Source: Mashable.com, Thumbnail image courtesy of iStockphoto, JamesBrey, Online Education

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Can Facebook Beat Google As The Biggest Advertising Platform – Infographic

General Motors is pulling its entire $10 million advertising budget from Facebook, mere days before the IPO. According to a Wall Street Journal report, they called ads on the social network “ineffective,” but called Facebook pages “effective and important.” Looking at the data on the infographic below, courtesy of AdWords provider WordStream, it’s easy to see why. Advertising rates on Facebook rose 40% in 2012, but click through rates fell by 8%…Read More

Source: Mashable.com, WordStream.com

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